MIDLAND JUNCTION ARTS CENTRE (MJAC)

276 Great Eastern Highway

Midland WA 6056

08 9250 8062

www.mundaringartscentre.com.au/midland-junction-arts-centre/

 

MIDLAND JUNCTION ARTS CENTRE (MJAC) is an events based facility and open to the public during advertised exhibition opening hours, workshops and events only.

 

Over the past 37 years, the Mandurah Arts Centre (MAC) has evolved into a well-known arts facility with a reputation for arts and culture leadership, delivering quality educational and creative community arts experiences. In 2017, with the support of the City of Swan, the Mundaring Arts Centre is expanding its services, to take up the management of the Midland Junction Arts Centre.

 

Since 1904 the Midland Junction Arts Centre has accommodated the needs of many different groups, whilst always retaining the core value of acting as a convergent point to provide community cultural education. With the community’s help, the Mundaring Arts Centre looks forward to developing this great potential to create a focal point that attracts locals and visitors to explore and discover their creativity and new connections with Midland and the surrounding region.

 

MAC proposes to build on the successes of previous programming to deliver a diverse arts education and cultural program with regular visual, performing and community arts activities for the eastern region, establishing the Midland Junction Arts Centre as a new vibrant community arts facility.

 

Danjoo - Interwoven

16 Feb – 6 Apr

 

Celebrating Aboriginal culture, country, language and visual arts practice in Western Australia. Danjoo - Interwoven is curated by Whadjak Bibbulmun artist Lea Taylor and MAC curator Greg Sikich and features artwork by nineteen Aboriginal artists working in the south of Western Australia.

 

In conjunction with Danjoo – Interwoven, a community exhibition Wallka-yong-a Kaardijin – To Share Knowledge will showcase artworks made by participants of recent weaving workshops with aboriginal artists complimented by a soundscape of Bibbulmun words.

 

 

Lewis Nannup, Bungura, 2018, acrylic on canvas. Photograph by DADAA Midland.

 

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